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生命倫理學

2007

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中國傳統文化對生命倫理的影響, Zongliang Xu Jan 2007

中國傳統文化對生命倫理的影響, Zongliang Xu

International Journal of Chinese & Comparative Philosophy of Medicine

China, with a civil history of 5000 years, has rich cultural resources. Chinese culture differs from Western culture in the content of thought, the means of thinking and the form of expression. Generally, Chinese culture is not an analytical, discursive, dualistic system. Rather, it is characteristic of an entire, comprehensive monism. In the humanities, the Chinese have integrated literature, history and philosophy into one system, making them an integral whole. As the main body of Chinese culture, Confucianism, Daoism and Buddhism agitate and annotate each other, becoming a cultural unity. Finally, the core of Chinese culture is the thought of ...


中國傳統身體觀與當代墮胎難題, Jue Wang Jan 2007

中國傳統身體觀與當代墮胎難題, Jue Wang

International Journal of Chinese & Comparative Philosophy of Medicine

Abortion is a subject of much controversy in contemporary Western culture. However, the heated debate produces a dilemma: pro-life or pro-choice. For the pro-life advocates, the fetus is regarded as a person and therefore has the absolute right to life, which is undeniable in any case. Even when pregnancy threatens the mother's life, the mother has no right to take the innocent life of the fetus; In other words, the choice of life or death should submit to pure chances, as some critics uphold. On the other hand, however, the pro-choice advocates claim that the pro-life argument is incoherent ...


對虐貓事件的儒家生命倫理學思考——兼論動物權利, Yungling Wang Jan 2007

對虐貓事件的儒家生命倫理學思考——兼論動物權利, Yungling Wang

International Journal of Chinese & Comparative Philosophy of Medicine

In the spring of 2006, a Chinese woman maltreated a cat and caused indignation in Chinese society. Many individuals launched critiques on the woman with severe tongue, and public media took part in the report and critique of the incident. Some individuals argue that the woman infringed animal rights and the Chinese government should formulate a law to protect animal rights. This essay draws on Confucian moral and intellectual resources to contend that animals do not have rights and the Chinese government should not issue any law on animal rights.

The proposition of animal rights came from the modern Western ...